Save the bumps and scrapes on your snowboard for the mountain, store and carry your board in the Sierra Logo Snowboard Bag and keep it safe while traveling. The contrast zipper gives this snowboard bag style, making it easily recognizable. You will be able to comfortably carry this Sierra snowboard bag with either the removable and adjustable shoulder strap or the carrying handle.
I bought three of these bags, in each color, for my two brothers and myself. We could fit board with bindings folded down, boots (one on each end, jacket and pants(placed between the bindings) and still had room for extra gear. This is a great bag for the money. Its a great bag for storing your gear in the off months as well
A little on the thin side compared to my other bags... However, great deal for the price and have recommended to a few people to get one. Plenty of space to fit board w/ bindings, jacket, helmet and packed backpack.
I only expected a super flimsy cheap bag, but this has proven to be a little more rugged than that! It fits and carries my board+bindings with ease (and not an annoting amount of slack) and protects things from scratching the gear up while shoved in the car. Easy handle carry. Happy with this blackfeiday sale buy!
These bags are made much nicer than I expected! They will definitely hold up especially if you aren't jamming everything in or being rough with them. This fits my board with bindings, boots, pants gloves and hat. Could technically fit my jacket too if I wanted and it isn't bursting at the seams. Zips easily and the zippers feel like good quality. Room to spare with my wife's 152 and all her gear, and my 140 with all my gear, we each have our own bag. You really can't beat these for the price.
Have two of them bags, one for my Ride Buckwild 163w and another for my Ride Wildlife 167w. Great bag for offseason storage or transport from your car to the slopes. Not recommended for air travel... it's not padded. Nice construction and comes with a removable shoulder strap.
Not padded, or a double . No wheels or bomb proof zippers....BUT is you need a cover to carry your board that is built sturdy and will keep the scratches and rock dings off it when on the roof of your ride, that low profile and about the best pricing you can get for a layer of protection, THIS IS da SHIZNICK!!!
Stores my board, boots, miscellaneous other gear and still has room for my jacket should I decide to ditch it after a session before driving home. Not sure about protection, but it serves my need--easy storage and transportation
It��s in the shape of a snowboard and holds a board with the bindings still on, but since it��s twenty five dollars don��t expect much. We load a 150cm board into it and still have plenty of space for other gear. The strap goes across the opening so you can't pull the board straight out. Only buy this for a cheap easy thing to throw a board into, it probably wouldn��t survive an airplane trip
Best Answer:It depends on the bindings. I have two boards in my bag currently, one has a pair of bindings that fold completely flat, the other has Burton Freestyle bindings and it is a very tight fit. With the previous pair of Ride bindings the bag closed relatively easily.
tl;dr... Don't count on it. Most bindings don't fold flat enough to fit 2 boards in one of these bags.
Best Answer:This zipper runs almost the full length of the bag. On one end it goes half way around the curve, on the other end it stops a few inches from the curve. Very easy to get board, boots, gloves and hat into the bag.